Albuquerque Museum Exhibitions
Albuquerque Museum offers visitors a wide array of locally curated and world-class traveling exhibitions. Discover some of the most remarkable artifacts and works of art from the region, and the world.
In addition to its extensive permanent collection, the Albuquerque Museum offers a dynamic set of exhibitions. Learn more about exhibitions currently on display, read about well-loved exhibitions from previous years, and find out what's coming soon to the Museum.
The William A. + Loretta Barrett Keleher Gallery: Exploring the rich heritage of Albuquerque through the stories of the people and community groups that make up the city.
A listing of past exhibits at Albuquerque Museum.
Information about exhibitions from Albuquerque Museum's Photo Archives.
Information about exhibitions coming to Albuquerque Museum.
Information about exhibitions at Albuquerque Museum's William A. + Loretta Barrett Keleher Community History Gallery
A bold reinstallation of Albuquerque Museum's permanent collection emphasizes real New Mexico.
Visit Albuquerque Museum to see Drawing Into Architecture: Sketches & Models by Antoine Predock
Spirited. Courageous. Resourceful. Innovative. See the history of our city.
Visit Albuquerque Museum to see Revolt 1680-2180: Virgil Ortiz. Famed artist Virgil Ortiz brings a futuristic world with deep roots in New Mexico's past.
May 14 - Oct. 2, 2016. Conceived in honor of the 90th anniversary of Route 66, this exhibition celebrates the art, history and popular culture of the iconic Mother Road.
Information about exhibitions at Albuquerque Museum's Angelique + Jim Lowry Gallery for Works on Paper.